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Gubruds Services provides QuietCool Stealth Pro Fans to cool your home!
QuietCool’s Stealth Pro X Whole House Fan is the next evolution of whole-home cooling. This unparalleled fan features an Ultra-Energy Efficient ECM and patented Acoustical Ducting. This whole house fan allows any homeowner to pull clean, fresh air from outside into their home and out of their attic vents for a complete air exchange in 1-3 minutes. This quiet and energy-efficient system allows our customers to save up to 50-90% on A/C related costs while making their home healthier and more comfortable.Book Online Book Online
QuietCool Whole House Fan
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What you get from Gubruds:
- We’ll come and measure your home
- Provide you with a custom quote for your new whole house fan
- Go over financing options (if desired)
- Provide a complimentary electrical panel safety inspection
- All of Gubruds work is 100% satisfaction guaranteed
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How it Works
Anytime it is cooler outside than the inside of a home, the QuietCool whole house fan system will work effectively. In the summer, this normally happens in the late afternoon to early evening and through to the next morning.
When whole-house fans are turned on, the fans will pull the cooler outdoor air into your home, through your windows, across your living space, into the attic, and out the attic vents, replacing the hot, stale air. This helps cool the home and attic by up to 30 degrees Fahrenheit or more.
When using a QuietCool whole house fan, we recommend starting by cooling the area which will be most occupied. As it gets later in the evening, and even cooler outside, we recommend opening more windows in other rooms of your home. This will provide each room with a cool breeze as long as needed. If a QuietCool is installed in each bedroom as we recommended, the homeowner can enjoy the breeze and your privacy with your door closed.
Stealth Pro Specs
Below are the specs for just two of the Stealth Pro fans that Gubruds Services can install for you in your home! Contact us today to learn more about all the available models.
Airflow: Hi: 2541 CFM / Low: 2018 CFM
HVI-916 Airflow (CA Title 24): Hi: 1920 CFM / Low: 1510 CFM
dBA: Hi: 43.2 / Low: 37.2
Energy Efficiency: Hi: 157 Watts / Low: 82.3 Watts
Grille: 16 in. x 20 in.
Attic Venting: 3.39 Sq.ft net free area
Covers Up To 847 SQFT to 1271 SQFT / Large Rooms
Airflow: Hi:5044 CFM / Med:4238 CFM Low:2870 CFM
HVI-916 Airflow (CA Title 24): Hi: 3750 CFM / Med: 3070 CFM / Low: 2010 CFM
dBA: Hi: 50.7 / Med: 45.7 / Low: 35.6
Energy Efficiency: Hi: 490 Watts / Med: 268 Watts Low: 88 Watts
Grille: 16 in. x 32 in.
Attic Venting: 6.73 Sq.ft net free area
Covers Up To 1681 SQFT to 2522 SQFT / Medium/Large Homes
Stealth Pro Features
- Ultra-Energy Efficient ECM Motor
- R5 Damper Doors
- Airtight Damper Box
- Acoustical Ducting
Choosing QuietCool Fans
QuietCool whole house fan is an advanced ventilation cooling system that uses up less energy than any traditional air conditioner or whole house fan. The whole house fan has been around since the 1950s, do exactly what you would expect – move air! You’ll have peace of mind knowing that you’re wasting less money on cooling and feel more comfortable with a home that is fresh and cool with a whole house ventilation fan.
Get started with your QuietCool whole house ventilation fan today and start saving! Contact Gubruds Services for installation!Book Online Book Online
Zone Air Pathways
Never sacrifice comfort for privacy again with QuietCool’s innovative Zone Air Pathways, better known as the ZAP! These little wonders allow single system homes to transfer air from their QuietCool system to a single room, even when the door is closed. These ZAP’s work as small, aesthetically pleasing vents that are installed right above any door in your house. They allow the air to flow through them while keeping the room private and reducing the amount of light transfer thanks to the Baffle located on the inside. With a QuietCool Zone Air Pathway, you can now receive private cooling without ever turning on your most expensive appliance.
Give Your Home The Breath of Fresh Air That it Needs
QuietCool Whole House Fans were designed to bring fresh, clean air from outside into your home, replacing the air in your existing home in just minutes. In a time where people are spending more time indoors, it is critical to remove poor indoor air quality that can plague your home. QuietCool Whole House Fans Help Remove: Airborne Pathogens, Bacteria, Smoke, Viruses, VOC Gases, Dust, Moisture, and Stale Air.
Frequently Asked Ceiling Fan Questions
How do I choose the right ceiling fan?
Choosing the right ceiling fan can be a daunting task but it all comes down to a few factors. Obviously, first and foremost, the design of the ceiling fan is extremely important. But, there are other considerations that are often overlooked that are important to keep in mind when choosing the right ceiling fan including energy efficiency, wind speed, noise, air circulation capabilities, noise, and durability.
What size ceiling fan do I need?
When choosing a ceiling fan, the size is often an overlooked factor. It’s a good idea to get the measurements of the room you are installing the ceiling fan in and bring them with you when purchasing the fan so you have a relative idea of how big or small the fan will be in relation to the size of the room. Different sized ceiling fans will produce different effects, but it all comes down to your preferences at the end of the day.
What’s the difference between indoor and outdoor ceiling fans?
The main difference between indoor and outdoor ceiling fans comes down to moisture. Indoor ceiling fans (dry-rated) are designed to service indoor areas that aren’t exposed to moisture. Outdoor ceiling fans are in either one of two categories: wet-rated or damp-rated. Wet-rated indoor/outdoor ceiling fans are built to withstand the elements and can rain be installed indoors or outdoors. Damp-rated outdoor fans can be installed in covered, damp areas but are not meant to be exposed to the elements.